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Event Archive - Something Borrowed, Something Blue: UVic Wind Symphony, Wendell Clanton, Merrie Klazek (trumpet), Jens Lindemann (trumpet), Steven Capaldo (conductor)

Fri. March 29th 2019 - Fri. March 29th 2019 The Farquhar at UVic (All Ages)
8 pm - 10 pm
Adults $20 / Seniors $15 / Students & UVic Alumni $10
Tickets at: UVic Ticket Centre
Presented by: UVic School of Music

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Music: Classical
The final performance of the UVic Wind Symphony for their 2018/19 season, this eclectic program features works that have borrowed from other composers or are inspired by jazz and Latin music. With special guest soloists Merrie Klazek (trumpet) and trumpet great Jens Lindemann, the concert finale includes a concerto for wind symphony and jazz quartet featuring Wendell Clanton on alto saxophone.

With works by Shostakovich, Hindemith, Gershwin, Mackey and world premieres by UVic composition student Deborah Baynes and Esquimalt High School student Julian Glover — both commissioned by the UVic Wind Symphony — this concert presents some of the most innovative and exciting wind ensemble pieces written for the genre.

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UVic Wind Symphony (High-calibre concert band music)

UVic's Wind Symphony is recognized as one of the premiere performing wind ensembles in the Pacific Northwest. The Wind Symphony provides opportunities for all wind and percussion players in the UVic School of Music. Its repertoire includes transcriptions of orchestral works, concerti, chamber ensembles, large symphonic band works and new music ... more info

Wendell Clanton (Saxophone all styles.)

"I've taken lessons from Wendell for years and he's fantastic. An amazing player and teacher." - Nev Gibson livevictoria.com Currently the resident Saxophone teacher and Vocal Jazz Ensemble Director at Uvic. B.Mus., B.Ed., M.M. Studied under Dr. Frederick L. Hemke. Guest performer with: National Conservatory at Bordeaux Saxophone Ensemble; The S... more info
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